£57,000 Fixed price
£8,000 reduction from survey value !
Scottish Property Centre are delighted to welcome to the market this ideally located first floor tenement flat in the sought after area of Barfillan Drive, Craigton.
This traditional property comprises entrance/hallway, living kitchen with recess, bathroom and double bedroom. The flat boasts several features including gas central heating, double glazing, fitted kitchen area and modern bathroom suite with a shower over the bath.
The flat enjoys a secure entry system, is factored and has well-appointed communal gardens. The location of the property is close to local amenities including shops, schools, Bellahouston Park, Clyde College and Silverburn.
There are nearby public transport links including a bus and rail service allowing access to the main roads and city centre. Access to Glasgow airport and city centre can be made via the nearby motorway links.
Ideal for a first time buyer this property will prove popular; early viewings are recommended to avoid disappointment.
EPC Band C
Living kitchen 9'6'' x 18'11'' ft (2.9m x 5.77m m)
Bathroom 11'3'' x 3'11'' ft (3.43m x 1.19m m)
Bedroom 10'0'' x 13'7'' ft (3.05m x 4.14m m)
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